Hyderabad: HC Advocate Couple Brutally Murdered

Hyderabad, Feb.17 (Maxim News): In daylight an advocate couple Vaman Rao and Nagamani were brutally murdered by two unknown persons at Ramagiri area in Peddapally district.

The advocates are working in the High Court and moving from Manthani of Peddapally district to Hyderabad in a car.
The incident took place when the state was involved in a green drive of Koti Vriksharchana to mark 67th birthday of TRS Supremo and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

According to information, the assailants attacked the lawyer couple at Ramagiri area in Peddapally district who reportedly died while being shifted to a hospital after the incident.
The couple was identified as the high court advocates Vaman Rao and his wife Nagamani. They are noted for offering better services to the poor without fees and received threat calls in some other cases.

While Vaman Rao received three stab injuries Nagamani sustained two injuries at Kalvacharla Petrol Bunk.
The two assailants stopped them and attacked in the daylight.
As they were being shifted to a hospital, they died on the way it is learnt.

Vaman Rao died while shifting to a hospital, his wife Nagamani died on the spot it is learnt.

The advocate couple have earlier sought human rights commission for protection for life threat besides informing the same to the chief justice of the high court.

It is learnt that the TRS leader of Manthani, Kunta Srinivas was involved in the dastardly incident. A related visual was seen in some of the television channels. After the incident, Vaman Rao himself informed to a news channel that Kunta Srinivas a TRS leader of Mathani involved in the incident.

Earlier Vaman Rao fought a case against MLA Putta Madhu. The incident reportedly took place as the lawyer filed a case on a death case of Sheelam Rangaiah.

State Bar Association and advocates condemned the incident.
The police are investigating the incident and searching for the assailants.

They sought protection to the lawyers community. . (Maxim News)

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